Western Independent Alliance (WIA) is a group of accredited, not for profit, community based organisations from regional NSW, who have voluntarily entered into an alliance to enable people in our communities to:

What We Do

WIA is committed to providing quality, community based services that recognise each person’s individuality, goals and aspirations. This is done in a flexible, cost effect manner with our clients always at the centre.

WIA members work together to maximize their capacity to provide high quality, flexible and responsive community services within the region. We do this by sharing resources and working together collaboratively to obtain funding and provide services from regional/state and commonwealth sources to support our communities.


Our Mission

To work together in a positive spirit to continually improve our communities.



New membership is through a formal application process to the WIA who will take into account geographical location, types of services provided, accreditation status and size of the organisation.

Download Application Form (.pdf 75kb)
Download Membership Agreement (.pdf 105kb)

Our members include:


Service Area

Members cover the following towns and LGAs – Bathurst, Blayney, Coolah, Coonamble, Cowra, Dubbo, Dunedoo, Gilgandra, Grenfell, Gulgong, Hargraves, Kandos, Lithgow, Mudgee, Oberon, Orange, Parkes, Rylstone and Wellington.

Services able to be provided include – accommodation support/supported living services, aged care, case management, compacks, day programs for people with disabilities (including community participation and life choices), family supports for victims of domestic violence, out of school hours support, respite (centre based and community), social support, transition to work/ employment enable, supported employment, and teenage group.

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Contact Us

(02) 6341 3575
(02) 6372 6440
(02) 6365 6500
(02) 6338 2345
(02) 6817 8600

For further information please contact WIAlliance members via the contact form below.